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A Day in Windham
Whether you're a skier, snowboarder, foodie, or hiker, Windham has something for everyone!
A town built around the great outdoors, Windham has a wealth of things to do! Whether its the Windham Mountain, where you can find some of the best slopes on the northeast, to our charming downtown with quant restaurants like Millrock, this town has something for everyone! Below is a list of some of our local favorites which you'll be sure to love!
Just two and a half hours north of New York City, Windham Mountain is a place to get lost and found again, to find stunning adventure close to home, and to be reminded of how good it feels to be alive with family and friends in the fresh air. Elevate your experience. Find your land in the sky, Above and Beyond. We’ll see you up here.
The Windham Path provides the only public access to the Batavia Kill stream in Windham and meanders through meadows and woodlands and across bridges providing fantastic views of the Great Northern Catskills. Make a point to take a break during your ride or walk to enjoy the gem of the Windham Path, the magnificent and picturesque covered bridge that spans the Batavia Kill stream.
A Catskill Mountain mainstay serving hearty pastas, fresh seafood, savory meats, personal pizzas from locally sourced ingredients with a wood fired oven, open-air kitchen, and over the moon wine list. Perfect spot for a romantic date night, a family celebration, or the après-ski crowd
We are Windham Local, a new restaurant opening this July in the historic district of Windham, NY. Our sunny, spacious dining room is the perfect place to gather and enjoy fresh, tasty, local bites and beverages. Inspired by the beauty, bounty and warmth of the Catskills, we celebrate the products and people of this special place.
Sourcing the best-rated wines that NYS has to offer from the Finger Lakes all the way down to the renowned North Fork of Long Island- all under one roof! Come check us out
The 1500-acre Colgate Lake Wild Forest features the scenic Colgate Lake in the Catskill Forest Preserve. The lake is a popular spot for fishing, kayaking and primitive camping. The yellow marked Colgate Lake Trail travels just over 4 miles to Dutcher Notch and the Escarpment Trail. The wild forest is surrounded by the Windham Blackhead Range Wilderness Area on three sides.
The 1,355-acre Elm Ridge Wild Forest is located in the northeast corner of the Catskill Forest Preserve. The unit contains a 1.5-mile portion of the Escarpment Trail, the 1.1-mile long Elm Ridge Trail, and numerous other trails totaling more than 25 miles available for multiple uses, including hiking, cross-country skiing, and mountain biking. There are two parking areas that serve the unit, one on NYS Route 23 to the northwest and the other at the end of Peck Road to the south.
Town park featuring Baseball field, soccer field, basketball court, and playground. Enjoy a picnic or BBQ or host a private party at the pavilion.